Ashequr Rahman is an inventor, researcher and writer based in Dhaka Bangladesh. Inventor of the concept SamophobiaSamophobia is a research on human behavior. Samophobia explains the conflicting and challenging dynamics between individuals who share genetic, upbringing, educational, and other smiilarities. Samophobia destroys many early stage ideas, initiatives and projects. Many potential leaders, entrepreneurs, creative minds cannot reach their goals, because of early stage conflict and demotivation. If we can identify Samophobia in early stage and build strong bonding, we can solve big problems together, the problems we previously thought impossible to solve. Because Samophobia most likely to happen between people with same level of capacity, education, qualification and background.

Ashequr Rahman completed his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree, major in Finance from the Canadian University of Bangladesh. Before that he studied British law for 2 years at British School of Law, University of London’s LLB International Programme. From a very young age Ashequr showed his passion for arts, creative thinking, working with innovative ideas and projects.

Influenced by the likes of historical polymaths such as Leonardo da Vinci and Sir Isaac Newton, as well as modern visionaries like Humayun Ahmed and Steve Jobs, Rahman draws inspiration from a diverse spectrum of thought leaders. These influences have shaped his perspective on innovation, collaboration, and the profound impact of human connections.

As a dedicated researcher, Ashequr Rahman is a proud member of The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), reflecting his commitment to advancing knowledge and contributing to the global scientific community. His endeavors have been officially recognized by the Bangladesh government, which awarded him a copyright certificate for his groundbreaking research on Samophobia. Ashequr Rahman is a Local director of Junior Chamber International. Junior Chamber International, commonly referred to as JCI, is a non-profit international non-governmental organization of young people between 18 and 40 years old. It has members in about 124 countries, and regional or national organizations in most of them.